You know that I am here
Underneath the bookcase, above the bed
Retreating into silent scolds of some familiar mood
That gallops around my tired body,
I am here always.
I find the angle of the moon ray
And hang myself from it.
My feet dangle and my body sways
In a slight chilliness of human dreams
That lurch in the night sky, slightly below the snoozing cloud.
I fall asleep slowly this time
And this fall lasts three lifetimes of a blue whale.
My ocean is warm.
Ani Boghossian ©
When the eyes of silence were open
The corridors were elongated geometry of their members
The windows glass pierced the sense of the horizon
And my shoes the language of tapestry
And black butterfly blazed among the instruments of light
Immense, as a consolation to losing formless
The trusting heart against the sun, abandoned
Aerial skull, lanterns in the wind from the foam of air
Without barriers to fall
Neither in the armor, or the waves of sleep
Without barriers, to fly without believing in a trap
Of nets parades
To fill that does not exist yet.
Ken Law and Yu-Chieh (Ega) are husband and wife. And below are their wonderful children (at least some of them).
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